If you are asking yourself that question, perhaps you are seeking a way to find the answer early on during your pregnancy or even before the preconception. It is normal for parents to be curious and to begin preparation early on by finding the appropriate name, preparing the child’s room and thinking about the future. Gender prediction devices exist to help you determine whether it’s a boy or a girl.
In the past, the only way to determine your baby’s gender was through ultrasound tests during your 5th month of pregnancy and even then the test wasn’t quite foolproof. Nowadays technology advanced in such a way to provide you with gender prediction kits, which you can use yourself at home with no special training. The creators of some of these devices claim that you can predict the child’s gender several weeks in your pregnancy, or even before the conception itself.
Curiosity is one reason to wish to take a gender test, but there could also be medical reasons for which you want to prepare yourself in time. For instance, if your family has a history of a certain type of gender-specific illness that is transmitted hereditarily, you might want to know whether you are having a boy or a girl so you may prepare yourself if necessary. These devices can prepare you early for the future because some diseases are gender specific. For example, some medical issues are passed down only from mother to son, or maybe you already have a son suffering from autism and you are afraid that if you have another son, it may happen to him too. Predicting certainly won’t change your child’s gender, but it will give you time to inform and prepare yourself accordingly to make sure that you can take care of your baby.
There are two types of devices for your child’s gender test. The cheapest one and easiest to use works by introducing a simple urine sample after the first month of your pregnancy and the baby predictor will tell you whether it’s a boy or a girl. No device is full proof so bear in mind not to invest you too emotionally by already furbishing an entire room for the baby. Most of these products boast over 80% accuracy, but that doesn’t mean they are full proof. Other devices rely on you providing a blood sample, but both of these testers work in the same way. They will analyze the amount of testosterone, or lack of it, in your blood or urine while also seeking male specific DNA.
If you want to know early on the gender of your future child, try out one of the available baby gender predictors. They are fairly accurate but keep in mind that nothing is certain until a later period during your pregnancy.